During a time when businesses were failing across the country, a small paper mill in Canton, North Carolina was thriving, leaving employees in need of a safe place to save their money. In 1932, seven employees of Champion Paper Fibre Company joined together to create Champion Savings and Loan, known today as Champion Credit Union.
We offer the same products and services as a bank, but we are a not-for-profit banking cooperative, owned by our members, not by shareholders. In 2000, Champion Credit Union eagerly began offering their services to the public, now serving over 24,000 members in Haywood, Buncombe, Henderson, Jackson, Swain, Madison, Graham, Macon, and Transylvania Counties.
When you bank with Champion Credit Union, you receive perks. This year, discounted tickets to Carowinds happens to be one of them! Save $26 per person all season long with the link below.
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We follow the Federal Reserve Bank holiday schedule, with a few additions to allow our employees additional time to spend with their families. Take a look at our full Holiday Schedule.